Last month, we brought you this beautiful tricolore Huayra and now we are at it again, this time with a slightly more affordable example of the insane supercar. This is the more subdued choice out of the two, as it lacks the striping, exposed carbon, and flashy bronze wheels of the previous example. Of course, that does nothing to diminish the incredible beauty of this car. Its sleek exterior is complimented by arguably the most insane interior ever created. In case you aren’t familiar, this is one of the world’s premier supercars, right up there with the Agera and Laferrari. This is truly a dream car for anyone, regardless of the status of their bank account.
This being the standard Huayra, included is a twin-turbo Mercedes V12. Force-fed by two turbochargers, this monster hand-built, 6.0-litre engine develops an incredible 720 bhp and 738 lb-ft of torque. Opting for the Roadster or track-focused BC variants nets you even more power, but I think 720 horses should be enough for most applications, don’t you? There is also plenty of tech to keep the car planted during high-speed runs and high-g cornering loads. Active aero elements such as four independently-operating flaps at the front and rear can adjust themselves to maximize track performance. The front suspension is also capable of lifting under hard braking, limiting the nose-dive tendencies of the car and ensuring it is 100% optimized for cornering duty.
This bronze Pagani is currently offered for sale at Semco Cars, near Munich. Here are some of the listed options:

  • Bluetooth
  • Board computer
  • Electric windows
  • MP3 interface
  • Multifunctional steering wheel
  • Navigation system
  • Power steering
  • Central locking system
  • Electric side mirrors
  • Alloy wheels
  • Sports suspension
  • Sports package
With only 460 kilometres under its belt, this is still basically a brand-new Huayra, so it’s no surprise that the asking price is quite hefty, at a cool €2,380,000 including VAT. While the ad lacks a flowery description of the car and high-res pics, it does claim that this an accident-free example, so we can assume it is in fairly pristine condition, as any €2 million car should be. Good luck to anyone who decides to go check out this tastefully extreme Pagani.

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This car is available at: mobile.de

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